On the eve of the visit of Hungary’s Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó to Ukraine, the post office of the country's embassy in Ukraine received e-mails that contained various threats. This was announced by Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba on Twitter.
In an e-mail, which was published by the Foreign Minister, unknown individuals demanded to cancel Szijjártó’s visit, otherwise, they would start "acting extremely harshly." Unidentified persons claim that "they are tired of watching Hungary take away their lands"
Dmytro Kuleba called such threats "cheap provocations" and noted that law enforcement officers had already launched an investigation.
As we reported earlier, Szijjártó visit to Ukraine is scheduled for January 27.
"It would be better for Ukraine to conclude a relevant agreement or deal with Hungary, which would settle this set of issues - the so-called gentlemen's agreement or agreement on parity, equality, mutual benefit of relations. We are currently working on such a document. The Ukrainian side has developed it on behalf of the President, handed it over to the Hungarian side, we received their reaction, and now the process is underway," the statement said.